Three Exciting Art Events In Houston This December
If you are new to West Houston and the surrounding area, there are a ton of exciting ways you can get out in the community. Some of the most fun and effective ways of meeting people include going out to art exhibits. Here are three upcoming events that are free to attend and very sociable.
The Telling and the Told: The Art of David McGee
From 11-8 at night every Tuesday this December, you can go to the Houston Museum of African American Culture on 4807 Caroline Street to experience the exciting art of David McGee. This artist creates a variety of artwork that is exciting, innovative, and very detailed. Visiting this exhibit is a great way to get out in the community and meets other people.
"It's Not a Dream"
Those who are interested in this event, they can attend every Friday until December 19 between 9-4 in the afternoon. It takes place at The Jung Center of Houston on 5200 Montrose Boulevard. This event highlights the art of Clemente Garcia Lassault and its interaction with music. Those who love seeing artwork and experiencing high-quality music should attend this event.
Paul Kittelson: On the Line
The artwork of Paul Kittleson features pop culture references, large sculptures, and very complex designs. Come to the Devin Borden Gallery every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday in December to check out his work. You can attend between 11-6 in the evening at 3917 Main Street. We particularly suggest this event for lovers of modern art.
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